I have been very involved since the beginning of April 2021 with re-establishing the Online Presence for South African musician Steve Louw
Steve has been around since the early 80’s and he released his new album Headlight Dreams on the 7th May 2021 and it has been attracting a lot of positive attention.
The first one is by the ’60s Jazz-Soul singer Nancy Wilson covering the Matt Monro song in 1968. It was written by Don Black & Udo Jürgens in 1964. This Nancy Wilson was born on the 20th February 1937 and passed away on 13th December 2018.
The second one is by Heart’s Nancy Wilson (sister to Ann) who released it on her solo album “You And Me” in May 2021. Written by her and Sue Ennis. Nancy was born on the 16th March 1954.
“Jabulani” is the Zulu word for “Rejoice”.
Originally inspired by Pete Frame’s Family Tree for Californian Country Rock, this mix grew into something bigger and broader.
I love building websites! I have been building them since 1997.
Here are just a few of my recent web projects.
- Ernestine Deane
- Guide Me Cape Town
- Martin Myers
- McCully Workshop
- Moonshine Productions
- Neo Muyanga
- Piet Botha & Jack Hammer
- Ramases – Space Hymns
- Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse
Let’s build something together!
A playlist is a list of songs that can be listened to on some device or other. The order can usually be rearranged or shuffled.
More at: http://spotify.briancurrin.com/
A mix is a compilation of tunes in a specific order that are usually blended or cross-faded to create a unique experience. DJ mixes are probably the best of example of a mix, however there are many different styles and genres that can be mixed such as podcasts and radio shows.
More at: http://mixcloud.briancurrin.com
A mix compiled from a list of songs supplied by my old school mate, Barry Gray.
1. Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd
2. Baker Street – Gerry Rafferty
3. I Don’t Like Mondays – The Boomtown Rats
4. Lady In Black – Uriah Heep
5. Me & Bobby McGee (live on Sessions @AOL 2003) – Pink
6. The Man Who Sold The World (live 1994) – Nirvana
7. No Woman No Cry (live 1975) – Bob Marley & The Wailers
8. Live Is Life (live 1985) – Opus
9. Zombie – The Cranberries
10. Question – The Moody Blues
11. Diamonds & Rust – Joan Baez
12. I Walk The Line – Johnny Cash
13. Lola – The Kinks
14. Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd
15. I’d Rather Go Blind – Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa
16. Parisienne Walkways – Gary Moore feat Phil Lynott
17. Holy Mother (live 1996) – Eric Clapton, Luciano Pavarotti & East London Gospel Choir
18. Amazing Grace (live at Bonnaroo, 2011) – Mumford & Sons with Friends
19. Let’s Start A Band – Amy Macdonald
20. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door – Guns N’ Roses
I have been building websites since October 1997, before Google, Wikipedia and Facebook even existed!
I was involved in the amazing Searching For Sugar Man story and Stephen “Sugar” Segerman and I co-founded the South African Rock Music Digest in January 1999.
My fledgling Vagabond website from 1997 can be still be seen at Vagabond’s World.